Incipio Organicore Case for
iPhone 11 & 11 Pro ($39.99)
Climate change is a seriousconcern for most of us. If you’relooking for ways to lessen yourimpact on the environment, here’sone possibly unexpected way:with a biodegradable iPhone casefrom Incipio! This stylish case,made from plants instead ofplastic, offers drop protection upto 6 feet and works with wirelesscharging. And when you no longerneed the case, you can compost itinstead of throwing it in the trash!
Withings Scan Watch (Price
Withings has impressed us
in the past with its other smart
health tracking devices such
as the Body+ smart scale and
wireless smart blood pressure
monitor, but this might be its
most impressive product yet.
Unlike most fitness trackers and
smart watches, the Scan Watch
looks like nothing more than
an attractive wristwatch. But in
addition to its stylish and
classic design, this watch not
only tracks its wearer’s heart rate, it is also the only smart-
watch that scans for sleep apnea. Other features include
smart notifications, automatic activity tracking, waterproof
capability up to 50 meters, and an impressive 30-hour battery
life. It requires your iPhone for GPS functionality and works
with most popular fitness tracking apps.
Glutrac Glucose Monitor
Some of the most exciting tech at CES promisesto greatly improve healthoutcomes for its users. Thismedical wearable aims togive users non-invasive,continuous glucose monitoring. If this product getsFDA approval, this couldmean saying goodbye tofinger pricks and test strips.
Although approval is not a given, Glutrac has been shown tomeasure glucose levels with 90 percent accuracy in clinicaltrials. Glutrac works by measuring the wearer’s vital signalsand using the results to calculate glucose levels.
Worx Landroid WR140 &
WR150 Cordless Robotic
Lawn Mowers (Starting at
Whether you’re a lawn-care and tech enthusiast oryou’re someone who hatesdevoting your free time toyardwork, these smart programmable robot mowersfrom Worx are sure to getyou as excited as we werewhen we saw them at CES.
These mowers can be programmed to mow yards of up toa quarter or half an acre respectively (you can figure out thesize of your yard with the companion app). The app can alsohelp you program mowing by zones and mowing schedules.
Safety sensors send the mower in a different direction whenit bumps into an object. The folks at the Worx booth assuredus that the mowers could easily handle uneven ground, treeroots, and debris like walnuts and branches. Additional accessories can be purchased separately to increase theconvenience and utility, such as obstacle-detecting sensors,rainfall sensors (so you can program how often to mow basedon rainfall), a digital fence, and a Wi-Fi extender.
U by Moen Smart
Baking bread? Preparing a bottle of formula?
Need water to boil for
pasta? The U by Moen
Smart Faucet can give
you the exact volume
of water you want at
the precise temperature
you need. You can even
use the companion app
to program the amounts and temperatures for things you do
frequently, like preparing baby bottles, so that you don’t need to
specify the volume and temperature every time. The app also
lets you monitor your water usage and customize the faucet’s
settings. This smart faucet work with Alexa and Google Assis-
tant (but not Siri, unfortunately), so you can use it even when
your hands are otherwise occupied. It also has a motion sensor
so you can start and stop the water with a wave of your hand.
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